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THE KAI_,ONA NEWS" Rebekah Guests attended with Kaalberg, Karen Phmk, Grace Stricklcr, Judy Bender, Members of Zimri Lodge of Lila Gardner, Vehna Spichcr and ',, Washington were guests of the l,-,~hl'h.ll Re~-kh.v md ]nov R '" i: . .................. z ....... _cnder "McAllister Michi~_an, wasjohn C. bYThede, and l.eta Maust. Sarasota, Florida, with a 6:30 p.ln. dinner at the Members reported 57 visits were W Mrs. Thede survived tta,ce Miss Marne," is survived by two y-_arena KeneKans ,or me regular reported about the Bettendorf Raymond sons, James. B. Thede, Detroit, sisters. Gertrude Miller of Kalona meeting, Tuesday, May 24,.starting convention. Kalonial Townhousc folkwvcd by .... ,-.- 1920-1994 Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and and three halt" sisters, Ehnarie . . . ' . . maoe m non-memners asp eigHt [o the meeting conducted ny Noblemembers The 1995 district Raymond William McAIlister. 73, Peter J. Thedc, Sterling. Virginia: Capper, Keola, l.ola Mimer anti Grand Rub)' Millet and Vice (]rand , ..'" . ..... " , ,o of Crawfordsville, died Friday, May four grandchildren and two great Anna Mac Mimer, both of . con,,cnuon ,s in iowa t~ny June it',. Joyce Cra,g ,-, . ,- '. , 20, 1994, at University Hospitals, grandchildren, Welhnan. our'- 'ng "'tHe program cHests . vresent, were_.. 13. memoers., asp. Iowa City. Mrs Yeller and Mrs. Thede also, Memorial donations may be made . . ' "- ' n ne gucsls /~.ller mc mceung mey presented the Travc !lg t:. nb em o" shared a time of fellowship in ~he Funeral services were Monday,were survived by one brother, Dr. to Plcasnatview Home., the Order lhc American Eagle to , ,. .... ; ..,_ ' .. ' some el trma tJin.~erlcn wnn May 23, at 10:30 a.m. in the U'nited Charles W., Beckman of Kalona, Peterselm Funeral Home in charge the Noble Grand w,th an .... , ..... "- ' .,. , . ' , . ~xaa oe'g anu r~ecKJey providing Church of Crawfordsville with the and one sister, Mrs. John (Lila Jean) el arrangements, appropriate ceremony el scripture ,, ~ . Rev. David Doraisingh officiating. Murphy, Iowa City. ql Ja , readings and Dilys Varncy sang "On reJrc nnacms ....... Burial was in the Winfield-ScottPeterseim Funeral Home in charge rio t.oa ~,av ~,-,ai,.~l, Ul~ Wings' ot"" an Eagle"'. r~e t neeung, is luesaay, June ,1~" . " .. at the Kalonlal Townhouse with Township Cemetery. ofarrangemen's, following accident ,t was reported that member Carol ....... , olnner al o:3u pall. Born December 16, 1920, in Cora M. Mimer Le and Lavern Howard, 51, of Russell is a resident el Pleasantvicw Winfield, he was the son of William and Louise (Moehle) McAllister, I 80_~ 1 994 Washington died at WashingtonHome and Gail Swartzendruber is in Rec " " - --- 27 failing health. A Memorial was elves aegree ..... . , County Hospital Friday May attended Winfield schools and ser,,ed Cora M Marncr 98 died Sunuay . " ' ' made in the name of Orpha Kramer ..... ' t ' 'd. . " hflhJwing an accident on Highway I. 90 who died Ma" 22 Jesslca Garbes received an Apphed in the Air Force Chemical Warfare May 29, 1994, at vlcasantvlew division during World War 11. Home, following a brief illness. Dr. Dennis Shimp, county '. ..... Y ' . .. Associate degree in commercial art He married Wilma Wooley at Funeral services were 10:30 a.m., medical examiner, pronounced rr,cnusmp ,an. l n.vlla|,!iln"rqlgnt wa .,rCaUat ,,vcr,]t z,] from Hawkeye Community College, , Waterloo May 18 Crawfordsville, June I I, 1949. Tuesday, May 31, at the Peterseim Howard dead at the hospital where Lodge, Colunlbus Junction, May 26 ' ' " . He was an active member of theFuneral Home, Kalona, wilh the the motorcyclist had been taken by and a Thank You for a recent She is the daughter a~d United Church of Crawfordsville Reverends Dean Swartzendruber and county ambulance, donation to the Visual Eye Bank. stepdaughter el Clarence and Kit y where he was a member of the Parish Wayne Bohn officiating. Burial was , .... u,. u ..... n, ,, r,.ay ~aaioerg expmmea plans ]or ' ' . According t,, vo.ce ..... a,., was ............ Gingerich Kalona and Dick ana. Council. He also was a member of in the i ower Deer Creek Cemetery. n, b I , , ' . ................ Karen Garbes, Cedar RaDds. -" , ~ rth ~ unt ~ n Highway I when his a nus mp to rvJason t_.lty JUly iu l( r . . the Crawfordsville Lions Club, the Born September II 1895, in rural . ' the annual home picnic and tour of Miss Garbes is enlployeq by .' . " . ,.motorcycle went onto the shoulder , DeLong Sportswear Company s art American Legion and the Washington Wellman,.she was. the daughter_ ol el" the road unmediately' ' after a the new lodge Home; Joyce Craig " ' : ' County Farm Bureau. Isaac and Mary (Miller) Mimer was ........ reported about the convention at department, Grmnell. ' . curve ,apparenuy wnue trying to He had farmed in the Winfield and ,'eared in the Kalona COlnmumty rc fin control " Fairfield, May 21, which she ' she "g~ " of the motorcycle Crawtordsville comnmnities, moved to the cast coast where ' ,, , ' ". , ' nowara got it back onto the Mr. McAIlistcr is survived by his attended cooking school and was '" ' .... roadway, then crossed the center line HEADACHE, NECK- HOULDER-ARM PAIN I wife; one son and one daughter-in-law employed as a cook n private _ _ , " and the cyc'e came ver n its side' I ACKANDS IAT I Thomas Ray and Ruth McAllister of homcs, and tea rooms... - , Howard was separated from the MIDDLE, LOWER B C IC PAIN Winfield; one daughter and one son- Miss Mimer later moved t( ' ' '" " d motorcycle, landing in the I Expert Care usin~anipul'atkm. I in-law, Christine and Steve Williams California where she was empmye ' " " . . southbound lane The bike of Kalona; five grandchildren; three in similiar service returmng u,contmu 1 ' 1 He clc_Stimula!i' " n'UIIrasund I ' ' '" " t " " et until it came to rest on I Alliance Select, Medicare and Others I brothers, Ralph McAIlister of Kalona in 1956 She had resined a ' " " . ' the shoulder of the southbound lane Muscatine, Roy McAIlister of Hot Pleasantview for the last nine years. Springs, Arkansas and Leonard She wasH member of the Lower I KfltONfl I:HIROPRflETIE 656-21185 I McAIlister of Mt. Pleasant, and one Deer Creek Mennonite Church. ' ...... I 503 C. Avenue, Kalona Ii sister, Edythe MetcalfofRoseville, ,- We' gl Michael J. Manle, De California. re a He was preceded in death by his . parents; two brothers, Warren [: ( I --I '")1 - " ...... McAllister and Marvin McAIlister, L._t onesister, Lornaandan infantsojn yOU asked!/ i w..m..~~r ~~ .ed.we../~l A memorial has been established : ,~ '~ for the U,nited Church of ,1) Crawfordsville s parsonage fund. and Hosts Funeral Home, Winfield, in Charles YoderI charge of arrangements. . Funeral Directors / Private services SHOULD THE CASKET BE OPEN OR CLOSED? ! held in Iowa City Private inurment services were This question can only be answered by the family, never bythe t i'i held Saturday, May 21, in Oakland funeral director. Cemetery, Iowa City, for'Dr, and There are several options available to the family. The casket can be Mrs. William Yeller and Mrs. Lois open during the hours of visitation and closed during the final rites or it Thede. can remain open during the final rites. It can also remain closed at all 1985, in Hilton Head, South times. Carolina, and his wife, MariorieThe customs of the family's faith and the inlluence of their . (Beckman) Yelter died January 27, clergyman's thoughts may help determine what is to be done. 1990, in Roseville, California. Modern psychologists tell us viewing the deceased helps the family , Lois Beckman Thede died October 6, to accept the fact of death, especially when it may have been sudden or 1993, in Farmington, Michigan. unexpected. If, however, the appearance of the deceased cannot be The Rev. Richard Watkins made acceptable, viewing may possibly be harmful. [ ~ officiated at the May 21 services. The family's own wishes on the desired procedure will always be,the " Mrs. Yeller and Mrs. Thede were guideline for the funeral director at our firm. We respect the family s the daughters of the late Charles A. wishes on all particulars of the funeral service as we try our very best to and Lila (Wagner) Beckman of Iowa I was a surgeon in provide a truly personal and meaningful service. ,t!- " 4. CitY.iowa CityDr" Yettertbr many years prior to i ", r.g osou~.o na / ~ ..... 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